The Inspector-General of Police, Suleiman Abba, has said investigations have commenced on the war threat by some ex-Niger Delta militants. Speaking at the inauguration of the newly-bought police patrol vans in Abuja, Sunday, Abba explained that the police was compiling evidence and would make arrest, when necessary.
“Do not forget it is not at every instance you arrest someone, sometimes, the best you do is to prepare yourselves, get your evidence first.
“When you have your evidence, then you go into arrest. Arrest should normally come after the investigations, investigations are ongoing.’’
Some prominent Niger Delta militants, namely Mujahideen Dokubo-Asari, Victor Ben Ebikabowei a.k.a Boy Loaf, and Government Ekpemupolo, a.k.a, Tompolo, recently threatened war should their kinsman, President Goodluck Jonathan, loses the election, at a meeting attended by Bayelsa State Governor, Seriake Dickson, and presidential aide, Kingsley Kuku.
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